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Class Notes for HPSC1000 at University of Sydney

Bioethics

HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Superior Parietal Lobule, Woodchipper, Clomipramine
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Lecture 12: normality, disease and disability Body integrity identity order (xenomelia) Healthy individuals perceive one or more of their limbs or organs as alien to the rest of their body and wish to have it amputated P...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Corrective Lens, Baal Hammon, Fetus
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Lecture 18: introducing prenatal genetic modification Discrimination and normalization - If we accept a social model of disability, and deafness is an impairment but not a disability per se, should the b...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture 17: Lecture 17
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Lecture 17 Can we define impairment? The medical model requires an objective understanding of biological function (as with disease) that goes wrong in pathological cases You can still be happy, but it is possible to speci...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Dental Caries, Qualitative Variation, Menopause
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Lecture 13: Normality, disease, disability What is normal? - Being normal = conforming to a norm - The norm can be: 1. The typical (what occurs most usually) 2. The average (which m...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Intellectual Disability, Light Skin, Dark Skin
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Lecture 16: to test or not to test? Prenatal genetic testing - Inheritance can be modified - At various points through 20 C, there has been a movement to manipulate inheritance of traits through ne...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Methamphetamine, Semiotics, Paternalism
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Lecture 21: Markets and morals Should some things not be for sale? e.g. sex, people, votes, organs, blood, tissue, grades Why not? - Wrongful exploitation: some markets e.g. in organ sales- might encourage th...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Bryan Caplan, Sex Selection, Human Nature
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Lecture 19: More on sex selection Objections (Glover 6768) 1. Using an unborn child as a commodity Is the child merely being treated as a means? Glover: first, you cannot violate the autonomy of a baby. Second, not merely ...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Medical Model, Destiny (Video Game), In Vitro Fertilisation
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Lecture 14 Where are we - 2 sorts of approaches in terms of disease: Objectivist (aka naturalist)- when you call something a disease you are making a commitment to there being someth...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Deaf Culture
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Lecture 15 Deaf lesbians and designer disability - In this weeks reading, Savulescu discusses the case of 2 women who deliberately conceived a deaf child - Some issues: Is deafness a ...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Kennewick Man
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Lecture 20: Trading in human remains In the past, aboriginal remains were very important for research racist research Should we collect, and trade works made by human remains? Respect and honour? Objection: you dont respe...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hpv Vaccines, Compulsory Sterilization, Bioethics

Lecture 2 What are ethics? - Simple definition: the study of what should be done - E.g. should I go to the movies or to the beach? In this case, you are not under obligation, but you do have to do the right...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: John Stuart Mill, Jeremy Bentham, Virtue Ethics

Lecture 3 Bioethics and ethical theory - Ethical theories try to provide systematic principles (via philosophical argument) that justify our moral decisions (not simply explain them) - They help to deter...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Judith Jarvis Thomson, Fetus, Anthropocentrism

Lecture 8: rethinking life and death The significance of abortion The criminalization of abortion in the nineteenth century and its condemnation (after conception) by the Catholic church represent the hardening of a ...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fetus

Lecture 6: Abortion - Quickening: movement of fetus limbs - Historically, quickening was regarded as crucial moment when soul can be said to be present (dating back to Aristotle)- once u start to ...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
HPSC1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Joel Feinberg, Egg Cell, Fetus

Lecture 7: Abortion continued Rights - A moral right is a justified demand that the actual enjoyment of the substance be socially guaranteed against standard threats 4 Key points 1. Right claims a...

History and Philosophy of Science
HPSC1000
Dominic Murphy
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

ANAT - Anatomy
ANAT 14
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Dualism (Philosophy Of Mind), Ethical Egoism, Noumenon

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM PPhilosophy METAPHYSICS I: UNIVERSALS ...

Philosophy
PHLD79H3
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